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Dublin vacancy rate rises to 15 per cent

Research from Savills Hamilton Osborne King shows that the overall vacancy rate in Dublin increased to 15 per cent at the end of June.

8th September, 2007

Research from Savills Hamilton Osborne King shows that the overall vacancy rate in Dublin increased to 15 per cent at the end of June.

This was primarily due to an increase in the levels of speculative development and the arrival of a number of large high-bay warehouses to the market since the beginning of this year.

The bulk of this construction activity has been focused on starter/enterprise unit developments, most of which are expected to be...

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